Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by p5200, Nov 29, 2022.
Cheap ones probably aren't.
I have an Ultradot Matchdot on my Super Redhawk and have taken several deer at over 150 yards.
The XTP are good bullets I use them pretty much for all my jacketed applications. The 240s fly right good out of my SBH. They do a good number on deer
What is the dot size? That is the limiting factor. My Leupold has a 1 moa dot iirc and its freaking huge for 100yds and a precision shot. Not saying i couldnt hit the deer, but i like a little more precision than that dot offers. I wouldnt consider 300 bucks cheap but i wouldnt consider it top of the line either.
I also dont consider myself an excellent shot. Your skills must certainly be better than mine.
2,4,6 or 8 MOA and variable brightness.
I always have it on 2 MOA and just bright enough to see.
Are you sure it is only 1MOA? That would only cover 1.047 inches at 100 yards.
And yes, it takes a lot of practice at extended range.
Yup 1 MOA. But on max bright it looks about 4-6 MOA. I turned it down to 3 of 7 brightness levels and its much better. I have yet to put this one in the field so we will see how it does at 100 yards!
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